On the Implications of the Nature of the Universe
Luis F. Copertari

The nature of the Universe as being discrete is pushed to its limit. The acceptance of such discreteness leads to interesting conclusions about what God can and cannot do with such creation, which results in the surprising discovery that God cannot avoid some bad things or “evil” from happening. It also leads to troubling conclusions about the nature of free will.

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